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Dec
07

Christmas Pictionary

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I’m obviously in a fun and festive frame of mind, ’cause here’s another game for the holidays!

 

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This is the game tote complete with finger holes for carrying and ribbon to keep it closed.

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When opened, the game pieces, tucked into their own pouches, are revealed.

 

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The game tote idea was a holiday Ustamp project created by Jacque Craig.  It was originally a gift tag tote, but in my mind, it became another fun family holiday game.  The pockets on the inside are perfect for all the pieces needed to play Pictionary. 

I found some matchbox notepads from a craft store and simply covered them in Merry Moments dsp.  Very fast!!

I then CASEd myself and used my gift receipt/wishlist holder found here and turned it into the game clue folder.  I typed several festive and holiday themed words onto strips and placed them in the four envelopes.  I created 4 categories for my clues:  food, decorations, VIPs, and songs.  Examples of words I used are:  mistletoe, fruitcake, angel, and God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (that will be hard to draw I think!!)

I finished the project with a simple hourglass timer and some pencils – all done!  After decorating the gingerbread trees tonight, I hope to find a little time to play a few rounds with our two youngest girls. 

If you find time to make one for yourself or to give as a gift, I would love to hear about it!!

TTFN!

Natasha

 

Categories : Christmas, tote

Comments

  1. Sianne says:

    Hi have just found your blog through Splitcoast Stampers and would just like to say how that I think it is absolutely fabulous, your game of pictionary is wonderful, and after looking through all your other projects I am awe struck by the talent you have. I am from England and do paper crafts myself and will be trying out some of your tutorials as I think they are great, unfortunately over here we dont get the full range of stampin up products but I will do my best to do your ideas justice – keep it up and a very merry christmas to you and your family x

  2. Robyn Mahle says:

    How stinking cute!!! I love this idea and I am going to try and CASE it. This would make a perfect gift for my brother’s family!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Robyn

  3. Michelle says:

    Brilliant! I just made one of these, easy and fun and it turned out so cute! Thank-you so much for the great tutorial. I’ll put my pictures up and link back to your website when I update my blog tomorrow.
    Cheers and Blessings over the holidays!

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